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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: congress stepped back from the brink of financial turmoil, at least for now, after the house passed a tax plan late last night and sent it to president obama. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we look at how the vote came about and sort through some of the political consequences as a result of what's in the bill and what's not. >> brown: then, new killings in pakistan, we look at the uptick in violence against aid workers and women teachers with "washington post" foreign affairs reporter pam constable. >> woodruff: paul solman takes us inside a company that turns a profit by employing an unusual workforce. >> a massachusetts manufacturing firm founded in 1932 where the median age is 74 and rosa finnegan over there, is 100. >> brown: and ray suarez talks with journalist and author claudia kolker about what she calls "the immigrant advantage." >> i began to ask foreign-born people what i call the question: what's the smartest thing that people did in your home c
>> brown: and ray suarez talks with journalist and author claudia kolker about what she calls "the immigrant advantage." >> i began to ask foreign-born people what i call the question: what's the smartest thing that people did in your home country that you want to hang on to while you're here and the rest of us ought to copy? >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> woodruff: while much of the country kicked off the new year by going back to work today, washington said its goodbyes to the 112th congress, after a late night of final suspense on the fiscal cliff legislation. it gave the president much of what he wanted on taxes, and left republicans sharply divided. for president obama, the end-- for now-- of the washington budget drama, meant returning to hawaii today to resume his h
chris van hollen of maryland. >> woodruff: jeffrey brown has an update on some of the areas hit hardest by superstorm sandy, where recovery continues at a slow pace. >> suarez: badly damaged by sandy in new jersey, of the community's 520 homes 60 were washed away and 139 remain uninhabitable. still without electricity, gas, sewers or water. >> suarez: we continue our conversations with new members of the 113th congress. tonight the senator-elect from nebraska, republican deb fischer. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy, productive life. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... but that was after the measure ran into initial republican resistance with demands for more spending cuts. congress began the new year having missed its deadline to keep tax cuts from rising back to 1990's levels
giving up his senate seat it clears for an election which could have a comeback for scott brown. every senate seat is precious in holding on their their majority. and it's going to be challenging. so why risk giving one away in a blue state especially to a guy they spent the last two years trying to take out? i have a hunch and it's nothing more than a hunch, the democrats are worrying about the wrong thing here. that brown won't end up running to replace john kerry and has a different comeback in mind. brown was last seen losing to elizabeth warren by eight points. but remaining quite popular. warren believe it or not is less popular. her favorable score in the same poll came in at 54% to 37%. this speaks to the central reason brown lost. massachusetts voters do not like the national republican party. they have not elected a republican to the house since 1994 making massachusetts the biggest state in the country with an all democratic delegation. and they've only elected one republican to the senate in 40 years. brown back in that 2010 special election to fill ted kennedy's seat. or,
: it was a small gathering, maybe 200 people conspicuously absent. former council chairman kwame brown and ward 5 councilman harry thomas both forced out of office last year by federal investigations. >> there's not a dramatic move, a single bill we can pass or code of conduct that's all of a sudden going to make everything right, no. it's going to take time to rebuild the trust that we lost over the last couple years. >> reporter: jack evans, muriel bowser were also sworn in today in a ceremony that i had the honor of serving as emcee. bowser haze made it no secret she wants -- has made it no secret she wants to be mayor. >> it went to mean anything if people get taxed out or pushed out of the step. >> reporter: evans wants the job as well. >> education is critical. we're spending so much money and the results are not there. jobs, we have too many unemployed people in the step. >> reporter: gone since pent michael brown. he lost -- gone is independence michael brown. he lost his seat to grasso, but brown picked up petitions to run in a special election for phil mendelson's vacant seat. alread
>> brown: congress stepped back from the brink of financial turmoil, at least for now, after the house passed a tax plan late last night and sent it to president obama. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we look at how the vote came about and sort through some of the political consequences as a result of what's in the bill and what's not. >> brown: then, new killings in pakistan, we look at the uptick in violence against aid workers and women teachers with "washington post" foreign affairs reporter pam constable. >> woodruff: paul solman takes us inside a company that turns a profit by employing an unusual workforce. >> a massachusetts manufacturing firm founded in 1932 where the median age is 74 and rosa finnegan over there, is 100.
of the things that has stuck with me since writing the book is that john lackey and brown men, young boys, they're not educated. they're not accepted in the educational system. part is cultural, party societal. but the dinosaur had the ice age and we have the education and technology age. in the dinosaur didn't make the adjustment is not hearing more. the black and brown male won't be here. the job we used to do, we can't do anymore. not the manufacturing base a lot. we have to make it safe for our children to be smart, to be respect so, to the individual because when i was a boy, i wanted to be accepted so bad i lowered myself so i could see eye to eye. i will never allow that to happen again. i think when you look around you, if i can change the people around me, you have to be unafraid to be by yourself. sometimes sitting by yourself is the clearest you'll ever be. i think there is such a tendency to want to be accepted so bad, was wack, with school, what he said. do we love ourselves. people of all kind of information, but i saw men -- many of the city would do anything to take care of fami
. there was a video done of the physical abuse of the student at the school and apparently amos brown was able to see that video. who allowed him to see that video, since he is not a parent of the student? is this allowed? other people have asked to see the have and not been provided that opportunity. there are serious and systematic problems going on and it has to be addressed. if this is slander, it's absolutely untrue and i think the superintendent should apologize to the people, the parents and students at mlk. thank you. >> good evening everyone. my name was in the paper for -- i will just quote it, "she yelled at me in front of two classes of students," said linda cook a former english teacher who was removed from her job and i will use another [kwo-ets/] [tpra-erlt/], "there are procedures in place to evaluate personnel and we follow these procedures," said school superintendent richard carranza in a statement. slandser is when someone tells a lie about another. it is slander when the lie can damage another's reputation. a group of students wrote a letter about the principal's behavior wh
begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> under this law, more than 98% of americans and 97% of small businesses will not see their income taxes go up. >>> cliemg back up the fiscal cliff. president obama praising a late night deal keeping many americans' taxes from going up. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >>> i'm eun yang. welcome toian 2, 2013. president obama says he'll sign off on a measure to limit the damage caused by going over the cliff. the house gave final approval last night nearly 24 hours after the senate voted in favor of it. the legislation will keep taxes in place for americans who earn less than $400,000 a year and for couples who earn less than $450,000. it will extend long-term unemployment benefits and much more on the vote in just a few minutes. >>> a news session of the council begins with inauguration of six members. david grass owe is is the only new. he beat out michael brown. re-elected include
,000, when i get out i'll owe $2,000, so i said let me get a job. so i got a job, my coach at brown was a coach at brown, took the job at penn state, so i went down there with him, i was going to go two years. i got caught up in coaching. i called up and i said dad, i'm gonna coach. you're gonna coach? what did you go to college for? >> rose: (laughs) >> and i said well i think i can do a good job. he said well you make sure you have an impact. he said don't waste your time. >> rose: how long were you ace sis tonight to rick? >> 16 years. >> rose: 16 years? >> yup. i had started to work at penn state before i even graduated brown. in those days we used to have two weeks of reading for the final exams and the wholexd bit and senior paper and that kind of stuff. and i was a decent student so i was able to get down there and i worked for a week at penn state before i graduated brown and i stayed there for the rest of my life. >> it's so interesting because the reverberations of this remarkable conflict inside iran hadn't been felt around the region yet and i've always been struck by th
, the precursor to intuit public. we made turbotax. at the time jerry brown was a candidate for president. and he was endorsing the flat tax. and. david: i remember. >> i was queried bit visitors i was talking to, gosh what happens to turbotax if there's a flat tax? i said anyone in the room who seriously believes that the congress of these united states is going to significantly simplify the tax code should not buy the stock. david: it is amazing you remember, that jerry brown was for a flat tax at one point. of course he has gone in the op sit direction. great to see you, bill. liz: happy new year. >> thank you. liz: doesn't that put it in perspective. david: sure does. again, jerry brown for the flat tax. imagine jerry brown and steve forbes same arena. liz: it would simplify things in so many ways. david: of course. we're going opposite direction. liz: lobbyists would not allow it to happen. david: looks like your taxes are going up a bit this year but you could get some relief at the gas pump. it is something anyway, right? we'll tell you exactly how much coming up. liz: ipo activity, initia
news" for wednesday, january 2nd, 2013. good morning, everybody. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. >>> the american economy avoided a fiscal cliff but just barely. the house late last night passed the senate bill that avoids the tax hikes and spending cuts scheduled to take effect later this year. the legislation raises tax rates on individuals with incomes of over $400,000 and $450,000 for couples. it raises taxes on the portions of estates that exceeds $5 million. long-term unemployment benefits have been extended, and across-the-board spending cuts have been put on hold for two months. tara mergener is in washington with more. tara, good morning to you. >> good morning, terrell. the standoff over the fiscal cliff is finally over. many house republicans and even some democrats did not like this bill, but enough ultimately relented. after months of debating and back room deals, congress has passed a bill which will pull the country back from the fiscal cliff. >> on this vote the yays are 257. the nays are 167. >>> the bill extends the bush-era tax rates for individuals earning $4
this now most of the brown v. board of education case. why don't you tell us what his role was and why turn out to be controversial. >> he wrote a number of memos in those memos stumbled out on stage in a very red sequins over many years later and they came back to haunt him. so he gets there and percolating up through the courts already going back to 1950 private cases of the naacp legal and education defense fund that thurgood marshall is actually bringing and he's building that, sort of brick by brick, block by block. thurgood marshall not yet of course a justice of the supreme court. he's making the case that plessy versus ferguson, which defined the acceptability of separate but equal. they're making a case of the naacp that this cannot remain the law of the land. and it's pretty clear that the case that is scoring to become a very, very important one for the court is actually the year that rehnquist is barry's brown v. board of education. and so, which churns out a fact to be the case that strikes the doctrine down. very, very important in a unanimous decision of the supreme court. so
before we go, real quick, ed markey, your colleague, can he beat scott brown? >> i think so, and the issue is this, in 2010, scott brown was a very decent guy, but a member of this very right-wing party. he's got this problem in massachusetts, especially since in 2010 it was his election that really harolderalded a lot of problems for president obama. massachusetts vote ed overwhel overwhelmingly for president obama. running as a representative for the republican party in the senate to ask for a repudiation of barack obama is a problem. >> going to be fascinating. >> this is not just ed markey on the ballot. this is president obama and ed markey, and i think the people of massachusetts are unlikely to, in effect, reverse their vote of just a couple months ago. >> it's an all boston college race with scott brown and ed markey, the school you represented for over, i believe, 30 years. >> 32. >> thanks for being on the show. we appreciate it. >> thank you, luke. >>> we'll be right back here on msnbc, the place for politics. don't go anywhere. >>> i'm luke russert live from wash
office, the governorship is different. brown's personal popularity would give him a lot more mileage in a race for governor than in another senate contest. i have no idea where his head is, but the smart play for brown is to say no this year and wait for 2014. and if he does do that, here's something else to look for. the democrats would need an opponent for brown. right now the most popular democrat in the mix is martha coakley. okay. that does it for "the cycle." martin, it's all yours. >>> thank you. it's wednesday, january 2nd. and speaker john boehner can't please anyone. ♪ >> happy new year, everybody. >> aloha, mr. president. >> the fiscal cliff vote wasn't the only drama in the house of representatives. >> the house stands adjourned until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow for morning hour debate. >> mr. speaker. >> we will promise that this vote was coming up. >> it's the most disgraceful action i've seen in this house in the 20 years i've been here. >> nine weeks after sandy, not one penny has been appropriated. >> we turned our back on them. >> the only thing our republican colleagues
into office today. he took on the role after the resignation of kwame brown. -- he called the booming time for the district and a good time to be mayor. >> after the sex abuse scandal at penn state, the governor of pennsylvania is taking aim at the n.c.a.a.. the governor is filing an antitrust suit against the organization saying -- its sanctions against jerry were awarded, to far-reaching and bad for all of counseling. >> these sanctions are an attack on the past. -- pat past, present, it features tunes of pennsylvania state. as governor of this commonwealth, i cannot and will not stand by to let it happen without a fight. >> a spokesperson for the n.c.a.a. declined a statement saying the organization does not comment on ongoing legal matters. >> let's get to the playoff showdown coming this sunday. the mayor of seattle announces a bet with the d.c. mayor as the playoff match approaches. about one hour ago, the seattle mayor said -- ba >> coming up, an interview with robert for the third. >> changes on the way in or light bulb. you may want to get to the store soon. >> in sil
brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. good wednesday morning, i'm kristen sze. >> we want to start you out with weather. it's cold one this morning. mike has the down low temperatures. >> they are. nice description. yeah, let's take a look
,000 a year if you brew your own coffee or brown bag it. >> you think about the taxes that you have to pay and your regular just day-to-day living expenses like your pg&e bill and your cell phone bill and all of that the $90 an hour really gets eaten away quickly. >> reporter: which brings us to tip 2. save, save, save. according to the united states federal reserve, americans on average only save 3.6% of their income. what we should be saving upwards of 10%. and if you are counting on social security, plan on socking away 12 times your current income too. because getting old can get expensive. >> i have seen clients pay upwards of $13,000 a month for round the clock care in their homes. it's very expensive. >> reporter: and then there's housing. bringing us to tip number 3. you shouldn't spend more than 25 percent of your income on where you live. a tall order here in the bay area. but keeping this rule of thumb in mind might help you stash some cash into your 401(k) or ira. >> cheers! >> reporter: this couple rents two bedrooms of their home to offset their mortgage and help them reach t
around $1,000 a year if you brew your own cup of joe or brown bag it. >> you think about the taxes that you, you know, that you have to pay and your regular, you know, just day to day living expenses lying your pg&e bill and cell phone bill the $90 an hour gets eaten away quickly. >> reporter: tip number two, save save save. americans on average only save 3.6% of their income. what we should be saving upwards of 10%. and if you're counting on social security, plan on socking away 12 times your current income, too, because getting old can get expensive. >> i have seen clients pay upwards of $13,000 a month for round the clock care in their homes. it's very expensive. >> reporter: and then there's housing. bringing us to tip number three. you shouldn't spend more than 25% of your income on where you live. a tall order here in the bay area. but keeping this rule of thumb in mind might help you stash cash into your 401(k) or ira. alison and her husband took that advice. they rent two bedrooms of their home to help them offset their mortgage and reach their financial goals. and they tal
about sfsuc. at one time this was just a water department. here mr. brown and mr. helman and a few others decided to make this an enterprise department. now that it's an enterprise department and i know that mr. moran is looking at me with big eyes, and that's rightly so. now that this is an enterprise department we need some sense about our assets. so i was at the last meeting, and i missed the first portion where (inaudible) and i was there in the succession portion with lafco, and i strongly feel that hetch hetchy was taken, and all the mandates laid down in the regular act, which people do not want to read. which we should read. are to focus on hydroelectricity. and how much of that can we increase to bring here to the city. we are not paying attention to it. we are like arbitrarily thinking if they pay us something, we can be content. we need to revisit that. now
guess the previous leaders besides our mayor here. we had mayor brown, mayor newsome, but we also want to thank for their vision that has led us here today. i also want to recognize a couple previous port commissioners. ann hall stead and rodney fong. i learned we all work closely as a team to get to the vision you heard everybody mention. i'm really excited today to be on the port commission because there is truly a renaissance going on up and down the waterfront including projects like this which will provide beautiful public access and all the other things that are going on. i can't think of a more exciting time to be involved with the city and the waterfront and to be on the port commission. so, i just want to recognize and thank also the port staff. there are many of them here today, monique and her staff, and we have members in the development and real estate and i think again it takes tremendous amount of teamwork to make these things happen. and i think again, that is my message to thank everybody. thank you very much. (applause) >> i'd like to also point out former commissione
>> welcome to the department of building inspection brown bag lunch. this is a series we run on the -- every month. we talk about topics of general interest. we are going to talk about the subject that comes up when people get permits. and my going to be able to recoup the value of the work to do when a property? how does my improvement or repair affect my property about you? we have guests today. jonathan, thanks for coming. james, and alice. alice is a neighbor. thanks for coming. i have a big hand out of stuff about what other people think values might be when you do work on your home. san francisco is a different world, isn't it? >> we have so many micro districts and pockets of different the used within two or three blocks. answering the question for one house may not always be the same as answering that question for different house. >> give us an idea. if you get a view, it will be different -- >> shore. the value of a simple remodel verses a very fancy kitchen remodel in a house that might be worth more than a condominium. those things can matter. it can make a differe
♪ >> reporter: let's start with the sound tracks of the two cities. d.c. has go go and the inimmable chuck brown. seattle has grunge. washington has the wonderful wharf, a seafood lover's delight while seattle for some reason the lights and throwing their fish around, the pike place fish market. >> there's is a little more entertaining but we have really good fish here. >> reporter: washington has the monument. seattle has the needle. they make pleadges. we make legislation -- planes. we make legislation... slowly. >> so far we like it. >> reporter: washington has tourists. >> actually this is our first time to washington and it's lovely. >> reporter: seattle has techies. seattle actually has the wealthiest techy of all bill gates. while washington has one of the most notorious gates of all, watergate. and at the end of the day, seattle has a nice hot cup of starbucks coffee. >> 54-year history, one location. >> reporter: while we here in washington have a nice hot bowl of ben's chili. which is the better city? >> oh, no question, always washington. always washington. >> that was matt jablow rep
with the exception of brown, think this is ridiculous, right? but this has been going on, bill, for about five decades now. because traditional christianity and the churches, for the most part, have been resisting the great sexual revolution and the free love stuff and everything that came along with it, so the secular progressives and the elites and they're very powerful, they have sought mostly through using the courts, to diminish traditional religion in the public square. and that means the diminishment of first amendment rights in the public square and then it trickles down to silly things like the charlie brown christmas pageant that a little rock school-- >> let me stop you for a moment though and just explain that the christmas tree lighting in providence, rhode island is usually a big deal and everybody brings their children. and the spokesman says there's not a lighting the at all. the people were in an uproar and they sneak it in so nobody knows. >> notice what he did in the interview with you. he did what most on the left do, in a conversation like this. rather than debating the fa
morning. i am heather cheryleds. >> and i am patti ann browne. it is january 2nd. we start with a fox news alert. better late than ever. the house passed the fiscal cliff bill averting tax hikes for families making less than 450,000 dollars. >> many republicans are not happy because it does little to help the soaring debt or spending cuts that go into effect. >>> the vote in the house was a lot closer than the vote in the senate. but the result was the same. by a 90 vote margin the house of representatives voted to extend the busher rue tax cuts and extend unemployment benefits for 2 million people. we heard from president obama before he headed back to hawaii for his vacation around midnight. he said he is happy. >> today's agreement enshrines a principal that remains in place as long as i am president. the deficit needs to be reduced in a way that is balanced. everyone pays their fair share everyone does their part that's how our economy works best. that's how we grow. >> this deal raises $41s in new taxes for every $1 of spending cuts. republicans who voted for it like speaker boehner w
seat back in november defeating incumbenti brown. the council has been mired in its share of accusations ofccus would go down by council members -- wrongdoing by council members. >>> 88,000 residents -- 60,000 residents spoke in one voice in favor of reform. the feeling is shared by many in the wilson building, we know we can do better. >> five other incumbents werecu sworn in today. >>> the man he defeated will tri to run again.. now brown is switching back to the democratic party, so he can run for an open seat.op he has three weeks to collect 3000 signatures from registerede voters to appear owner -- on thh ballot. >>> fiscal cliff has been h avoided for now, the deal spare, the middle class tfrom a majoro tax hike, but the deal struck by lawmakers is only one element in the fiscal crisis.is laura evans is here to explain what this means for many of us right here in the nation's capital. >> reporter: we avoided thee fiscal cliff, but avit is not te to sit back on our laurels. there are three looming fiscal crisis up for debate, if is the debt seal, federal budge get wh
almost super human. well, today my must read is from "the daily beast," tina brown, on why hillary's health scare gave so many people agina. it's up on our facebook page. can pluggable febreze make even this old container smell fresh? describe the room. a big, open space. smells really fresh, man. oh! [ both laugh ] febreze? how about that? yeah. febreze anti-clogging technology keeps it smelling fresh. febreze. breathe happy. five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. >>> a major fiscal family feud has erupted in the republican party after a clear majority voted against this fiscal cliff deal. the top two republicans, speaker john boehner and eric cantor were split. also notable, budget chairman paul ryan voted yes. the final gop count, 151 against the bill and 85 in favor. >> it was all about maintaining, if you will, the status quo of kick the can down the road. >> there'
of rhode island maybe with the exception of brown think this is ridiculous. right? but this has been going on, bill, for about five decades now. because traditional christianity and the churches for the most part have been resisting the great, you know, sexual revolution, the free love stuff and everything that came along with it the secular progressives and elites, very powerful. they have sought mostly through using the courts to diminish traditional religion in the public square. that means a diminishment of firsint amendment rights in the publicth scare. then it trickles down to silly things like charlie brown christmas pageant that a little rock school. let me stop you for a moment alleged explain that the christmas tree lighting in providence, rhode island is a big deal. everybody knows that and they can bring their children. spokesperson said there wasn't going to be a any lighting at all. the people in rhode island went in an uproar. there had to be a lighting. we will sneak it in so nobody knows about it. >> notice what he did in this interview with you. he he did what most on the
. >> the born brave bus, there you go. >>> rihanna and chris brown, controversial for sure. they woke up in a new bed together. they let everyone know that they were together. they had some good morning pictures from rihanna. still haven't slept, lol. she had that picture of her polkadot comforter. that's the key piece of evidence there. it's the same polkadot comforter that chris brown sent a tweet from and he said, good morning. so put two and two together and figure out it's the same comforter. >> two and two makes four. and another tattoo for justin bieber makes nine. he debuted a new -- his newest artwork. it's on his left leg and it's situated next to a massive set of praying hands. so number nine for the biebs. hands. so number nine for the beebs. the truth about mascara is... it clumps. introducing a revolutionary new mascara. clump crusher...crusher. 200% more volume. zero clumps. new clump crusher from easy, breezy, beautiful covergirl. ♪ happy anniversary, happy anniversary, happy anniversary ♪ >>> a very special day here at "world news now." one-year anniversary on the sh
david grasso is the only new face. he beat out michael brown in november. vincent orange, jack evans, muriel browser and marion barry will be part of the ceremony. after the 10:00 swearing in, the members will be assigned to committees. >>> we're just getting started this hour. it's 6:06 right now. the quest for a picture cost one photographer his life. the celebrity he was trying to get a glimpse off. >> we're scanning the sky for flurries. you'll see some this morning and you'll need that heavy winter coat. weather and traffic on the 1s next. >>> next, psy it ain't so. why one of the most popular songs of the year may be retired. ♪ >>> say it ain't so psy. >> the korean pop star says he is probably not performing his hit live in the u.s. ever again. the 35-year-old says his final performance was on new year's eve in times square. the single rocketed -- skyrocketed to the top of the charts in more than 30 countries since the debut in july. psy is not done with music. it's time to come up with a new single. >> but talk about pressure to come up with a follow-up to gangnam style. >>
? >> this response was posted on the wusa9 facebook page by camden brown writing b. my wife says if it's not a uniform, i don't know what to wear. i agree wholeheartedly. >> log on to our facebook fan page and leave your response. we'll have the answer in our 6:00 show. keep it here. ñ?? >>> good morning, everyone. we're off to a chilly and brisk start. overcast skies. we're going to keep that around, at least through the lunch time hour. things will start to improve later on in the day. winds out of the north about 10 to 15 miles per hour. it's going to be breezy but lots of sunshine in the afternoon that will help our temperatures make it into the upper 30s. that's still just a couple of degrees shy of our average for this time of year. but at least we will stay dry and cool into the overnight. highs today only in the 30s. mike? >>> the big bowls are under way and the granddaddy of them all. >> the wizards try for a winning start to 2013. kristen berset has highlights in your morning sports. >>> good morning, everybody. when a new year starts, yeah, it's all about new beginnings, ma
could save around $1,000 a year if you brew your own coffee or brown bag it. >> you think about the taxes that you have to pay and your regular just day-to-day living expenses like your pg&e bill and your cell phone bill and all of that the $90 an hour really gets eaten away quickly. >> reporter: which brings us to tip 2. save, save, save. according to the united states federal reserve, americans on average only save 3.6% of their income. what we should be saving upwards of 10%. and if you are counting on social security, plan on socking away 12 times your current income too. because getting old can get expensive. >> i have seen clients pay upwards of $13,000 a month for round the clock care in their homes. it's very expensive. >> reporter: and then there's housing. bringing us to tip number 3. you shouldn't spend more than 25 percent of your income on where you live. a tall order here in the bay area. but keeping this rule of thumb in mind might help you stash some cash into your 401(k) or ira. >> cheers! >> reporter: this couple rents two bedrooms of their home to offset their
around $1,000 a year if you brew your own coffee or brown bag it. >> you think about the taxes that you have to pay and your regular just day-to-day living expenses like your pg&e bill and your cell phone bill and all of that the $90 an hour really gets eaten away quickly. >> reporter: which brings us to tip 2. save, save, save. according to the united states federal reserve, americans on average only save 3.6% of their income. what we should be saving upwards of 10%. and if you are counting on social security, plan on socking away 12 times your current income too. because getting old can get expensive. >> i have seen clients pay upwards of $13,000 a month for round the clock care in their homes. it's very expensive. >> reporter: and then there's housing. bringing us to tip number 3. you shouldn't spend more than 25 percent of your income on where you live. a tall order here in the bay area. but keeping this rule of thumb in mind might help you stash some cash into your 401(k) or ira. >> cheers! >> reporter: this couple rents two bedrooms of their home to offset their mortgage and help
to a state office building. >> this was an old eight-story brown building the state owned and the workers' comp people were in that building. it was an old dee correctvth it building for decades. when i was a member of the board of supervisors, all of us wondered why we hadn't done anything there and the mayor thought the same. >> if an earthquake happened, the building was uninhabitable. it sat there vacant for quite a while. the city decided to buy the building in 1999 for $2. we worked and looked at ways that we can utilize the building for an office building. to build an icon i can building that will house a lot of city departments. >> the san francisco public utilities commission has an important job. we provide clean, pristine public drinking water to 2.6 million people in the san francisco bay area from the hetch hetchy regional water system. with also generate clean renewable energy for city services like public buses, hospitals, schools, and much more. and finally, we collect and treat all the city's wastewater and stormwater making it safe enough to discharge into the san franci
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